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Transportation: Making Connections Event to Explore Opportunities and Solutions for People With Disabilities
Date:5/7/2008

tment of Transportation

-- Brenda Moore, Director, CT DSS Bureau of Rehabilitation Services

-- Amy Porter, Bureau Chief, Connect-Ability, CT DSS Bureau Rehabilitation

Services

-- Gloria Mills, Connecticut Association for Community Transportation

-- Pat Williams, Director of Paratransit, Greater Hartford Transit

District

-- Louis Schulman, Administrator, Norwalk Transit District

-- Jonathan Rubell, Mobility Manager, The Kennedy Center, Trumbull, CT

The first "Transportation: Making Connections" event is being hosted by Connecticut's Department of Social Services/Bureau of Rehabilitation Services' Connect-Ability Initiative and the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Funded by a Department of Social Services grant received from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Connect-Ability is seeking ways to support the competitive employment of people with disabilities and develop a comprehensive system of employment supports for people with disabilities.


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